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From what little I remember, it was a dark night this happened. All was quiet and peaceful and it seemed like a night like any other. I was awoken by a flashbug that had entered my room by chance. My parents were sleeping soundly when the the village emergency horn went off. As if my father was never asleep, he bolted awake and rushed to get his Battle Vest and his Guild Rapier and rushed to the door, "Stay inside the both of you, wait until you hear the all clear, and stay alert," and with that he disappeared into the night.

"What are you doing up?" My mother asked when she noticed I was up. It didn't take her long to notice I was chasing around the flashbug that had woke me up. I tried to follow the bug outside but my mom caught me in time before I made it out. She explained to me that it was dangerous to go outside and offered me something to drink instead. I asked for some cream. I followed her into the kitchen where she took out a bottle from the ice crytsal fridge and poured me a glass. 

With the bug out of my head, I asked her why the horn was blown. She told me she didn't know hers helf but that we should stay inside so whatever was out there wouldn't get to us. However, before she was able to finish, I heard the ungodly cry of the Yian Garuga. At first my mother thought it was a Kut-ku, but it made no sense as a kut-ku wouldn't have been threatening enough to cause someone to blow the emergency horn.

The sound of the booming and screeching came closer and closer as well as the shouting of humans and felyne alike. It seemed like the commotion would pass but all of a sudden one of our wall burst into flame. Through the blaze I saw the Yian Garuga for the first time. Granted it was dark and its purple shell only made him harder to see, I remember its face clearly today as I did that day: red eyes, a missing ear and a scar on its beak that looked like a six in roman numeral (i.e. V l ). I didn't get to look at it for long before my mother snatched me and dashed out of the house before anything else happened. 
 
She took us to a nearby tree that we frequently used to play nearby. It had a hollow trunk that I liked to climb in and out of, explore the insides of the tree. She told me to climb in and to stay there until she came back. With that she ran off. From where I was, I was safe but I could see everything and hear everything: the momentary flashes of light as the Garuga blasted something with its fireballs and the shadows they caused, the shouts of people and felyne, the clash of metal, as if a story of war had come to life. 

It had felt like several hours until the sounds died down and things began to calm down. I waited in that tree patiently a little more than scared, fearing that my mother and father and been deceased. Finally a boot came into view, a face soon followed. I was more than on-edge and an unfamiliar face was the last thing I wanted to see. I snarled and snapped at him but he refused to go away, continuously trying to usher me out into the open. 

Finally it looked like he had given up but just as it looked like he was going to walk away, he turned around and sat down and began to play on his flute. I recognized to tune immediately, as it was a lullaby that my mother would sing to me when putting me to sleep. Little ol' me thought that if he knew that lullaby then he must have been a good friend of my mother. Of course I later found out that it was a song commonly known by the Kokotoans. I slowly came out of the tree and stood by him. 

"Are you a friend of my mom?" I remember asking.
"I guess you could say that. Why don't you come with me and we'll see if we can find her," he said offering his arm to me. 
"What's your name?" I asked before taking his hand.
"Sephyr," he said gently, "And yours, little felyne?"
"Glyde," I promptly responded.

With a smile he picked me up and carried me to the Gathering Hall. I wish I could say more but exhausted from the rather chaotic night I fell asleep in transit. Of course, I didn't know at the time but the man who came to get me that night would become my closest friend and master.

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It was then I decided to learn how to cook. I first started off with greens and then slowly moved up the food pyramid to more  complicated dishes. It was there, I began to realize how little I knew about the ingredients I was using. With new-found energy, I decided to keep a cookbook with information about the ingredients as I came across them. It was probably during these days that I awoke as a scientist. I wanted to know everything about everything. Cooking lead me to think about ingredients which lead me to think about why those ingredients taste as they did and why they were harmonious in certain dishes but not in others, and slowly my web of knowledge grew. All of this happened over a couple of months before I ran out of things I could discover by staying at home.

In order to continue adding to what I knew, I compiled everything I had written into a single book and went to the Guild Library. It was there that the Questatrix who delivered the news of my Master's disappearance saw me again. She was surprised to see that I was outside of the home and wondered if I needed anything. I told her about my chance meeting with the Street Cook and what I resolved to do from here on out. It was news that brought a smile to her face, "I'm sure Sephyr would be proud." she said. I continued to go there each day, slowly adding more and more to my book. The Questatrix would come by as well and even help me with what I was doing though I asked her not to. I must have mention in passing that I would like to go out into the field because one day she came to me one day and asked me, "Would you like to join the Guild?"

"What do you mean?" I asked not looking up from my writing.

"I meant what I asked," she said giggling.

"Bella, I don't want to lose my train of thought, please." I said, continuing to write.

She stood there silently as I finished. In truth, I wasn't all that close to writing but I was so engrossed in my work I didn't noticed the time pass by. I looked up, "You're still here?"

"Just waiting for you to finish, Glyde."

"Ah... right. Sorry, Bella, I got lost in my work," I said apologizing.

"Don't worry about it. I'm sorry I was bothering you. So this is why I decided to help-"

"Bella, please." I said, cutting her off, "There isn't much left in this library for me to write about. You really don't need to-"

"I know!" she said, "That's why I recommended you to the Guild as a scrivener. That way you can go out into the field to write."

I thought about it for a second before I declined. In truth, I still held it against the guild for sending my Master out on this impossible quest and further losing communications with them. The last thing I wanted then was to get involved in the Guild. At the moment I didn't trust them. For the next few days, Bella would come up to me and ask again before I promptly rejected her offer. This went for about a week until I ran out of books to write from and couldn't reject her offer any more. As soon as I gave her the okay, I found that she had already registered me for the Guild since the first day she began to ask me, a fact that mildly annoyed me at the time. And from then on I was a part of the Guild.

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A few days later, I had thought it was a good idea to get an artist's scrivener license, as it would go in hand with my writer's license and being able to draw was something I had wanted for a long time and still do. I went to Bella and asked where I could apply for an artist's license and was given directions to the Scrivener's Academy about 2 days out from Kokoto. I spent the day getting ready for the journey and left the next morning on one of the Guild's Gaguas. I remember stopping a few times to write some stuff into my book and made camp come evening and spent my night alongside the road.

By afternoon, two days later, I arrived at the academy. I led my gagua into the stable and leaving it enough food, walked into the establishment. I found my way to the headmaster's office and after talking with the secretary, sat down to wait for the headmaster, who was apparently teaching at the moment. About an hour or so later, the headmaster, an old wyvernian only barely taller than me, walked into the office. 

"Headmaster, I pressume," I said, standing up and bowing as I introduced myself, "Glyde Hydn Borealis. A pleasure."

"Please, away with the formality," he said waving his hand, "I apologize if I made your wait long. Come," he said motioning to me as he walked to office. After we sat down, he continued, "Now then, how can I help you?"

"I've come to apply for an Artist License for Scriveners," I said.

"Just the Artist's portion?" he asked with a raised eyebrow as he went for his pipe, "Not interested in the writer's part? Or do you perhaps already have it?"

"The latter...sir," I responded.

"Oh come now, drop the 'sir', it makes it hard to have a decent conversation," he said, waving his pipe at me. After a few puffs he continued, "Now then, the fact that you already a Scribe's license makes me curious, at which academy did you get your license?"

"I didn't get the license at any academy." I responded.

"No?" he said, looking up as he was about to go for a puff, "Who taught you then?"

"No one."

The headmaster looked confused and a bit irritated, "Hm, is that so," he said, scratching his chin with the pipe's mouth piece, "Do you happen to have a sample of your work? perhaps in that big book of yours?"

"Oh... Of course," I said taking my book-sash and handing it to him.

He too the book with great care and opened in up to the first pages and began to read. I only stood there anticipating what he had to say about it. Page after page, he flipped, periodically taking a puff, but expression, unchanging. It seemed like forever, but when he came to the unwritten blank pages, he closed the book and handed it back to me. 

"I have to say, for an amateur, you certainly don't write like one. Had I not known the author of these pages, I would have said it came from a Master Scribe. Needless to say, I am humbled by your ability and I hope you can forgive any doubtful attitude I may have displayed earlier, you are more than deserving of the Scribe's License."

The words brought a grin to my face and a boost to my confidence, "Please, the formalities," I said jokingly. 

The headmaster gave a hearty laugh at my response, "I did say that, didn't I?" he said jovially, "I like you, kyt. You are most welcome at my academy and I'm willing to take as my direct apprentice while you are here."

I was ecstatic. I had just been confirmed by the academy's headmaster himself to be a great writer and he had just taken me as his apprentice. I felt like I could do anything. I was given a guest room to stay at during my time there and made arrangements with the headmaster about when I would be taught. I remember going to sleep that night thinking things would couldn't get better.

Unfortunately, that's exactly what happened. After a week or so of lectures, it finally came down to putting what we learned on paper. In my case, it was done in private after all the other students had left. My first few days were of disappointment as I couldn't even acceptably draw the Gagua I had rode here. I tried so hard, and this still haunts me even to today but, no matter how hard I tried, I just couldn't seem to convey what I saw into the lines and shapes that made my subject. I went back each night, rereading all the notes I had written during the week of lectures over and over again, not learning any more than I had already known. With each passing day, I could see the increasing disappointment on the headmaster's face as each evening fell. 

About a week in since my first attempt at drawing, when it came time for my private lesson, he called me into his office instead of the usual studio. He had be sit down before him and before I could say anything he asked me, "Have you studied mosswines yet?"

"No..." I said, mentally going through the pages of my book, "I believe I have started an entry for them but the books in the Kokoto Guild Library seemed to be pretty sparse on them even though they are a native creature."

For a while, he didn't say anything but after some thought he said, "Glyde, I fear that I have nothing else I can offer to you." 

The statement near made me go into near panic. I stammered as I tried to assure him that I was capable of learning and that I could do well given the time. The headmaster let me go on for a while before stopping me, "Tomorrow, you will be going on an expedition to a nearby forest where a small mosswine population lives. You are to study them and in a week's time, return with whatever you have to report on them. If you truly are capable as you say you can be, then the report you bring back should tell me all I need to know."

A moment of silence ensued before I was dismissed. I went back to my room angry and disappointed at myself but ever determined to prove myself during the expedition. 

When I arrived on site, I set out immediately so I could start filling up my report. Needless I was determined to prove the headmaster wrong. At the time, I was so filled with determination, it made noise as I walked through the forest looking for mosswine, disregarding what Sephyr had taught me about tracking and stealth. Needless to say I probably scared most of them away before I even got close to any of them. I came back to camp disappointed and frustrated. I cooked myself a meal and went to sleep for that night.

The next day, after my head cooled a bit, I woke up early and staked out an area of forest from a tree from which I could see a bit ways from. After a while a small group of them showed up. In my excitement, I almost fell out of the tree, but quickly opened my book and tried to draw them. A shape here, too large; lines here, doesn't seem right; legs, too short, the list went on. I spent the entire day drawing lines and erasing them and by the time the pack turned in for the evening, all I had was a page with grey smudges. 

The next day nor the next was any progress. The only thing progressing was my frustration and panic as the week started to come to a close. On the night of the fifth day of expedition, watching over the campfire, I thought about Sephyr and... broke down. My longing for him along with the bottled up frustration and angry had me floored. Even my Gagua seemed to understand my pain and came and sat down next to me as I cried into its feathers. It was in those tearful moments that I came to terms with myself and my abilities or lack thereof. I knew I couldn't draw and I had come to accept that. Sephyr had always taught me to do the best I could, and if there was something I was bad at, to use my other skills to make up for it, and its something I wished I had come to realize sooner, to save myself from such an embarrassing torrent of tears, albeit no one saw. 

I don't remember when I fell asleep that night but in the morning but when I woke up, I didn't bother trying to go out and see the mosswine anymore; I used what I remembered seeing from the past week and began to write out my report. 

I returned a day later and went immediately to the headmaster's office, only to find he wasn't there, as I forgot he had lectures at the time. I waited patiently until his return and when he saw me, he only smiled and beckoned me into his office. 

Upon sitting down, I handed him my report and waited for him to go through them. However, he only briefly looked at each page before asking me, "And your sketches?"

"I didn't need them," I responded.

I could see a smile slowly creeping up the headmaster's face, "Then I fear that I have nothing else I can offer to you," he said bowing his head slightly.

It was then I understood what he meant by that statement a week ago. It wasn't that he wasn't willing to teach me, he understood where my strength were and decided that he had nothing more to add to that. I thanked him for his time and hospitality and began to leave his office. Before I left, he gave me a sealed letter that he wanted me to deliver to the Guild back at Kokoto. He didn't say what it was but I took it and promised him that I would make sure it went into the right hands, which I later discovered years later, was a recommendation letter for my promotion to Master Scribe once I had published a few books. 

*Story unlocked by baka-saru89*

For the next few months, I spent a good amount of time in the fields, collecting all the information I could about everything. I started small, with plants and different insects before I moved onto actual creatures. As my book started to become more and more complete, I noticed more and more people started to come up to me whenever I was in the villages. It first it was just a few hunters, then a few Guild personals, and then it seemed like just about everyone. At first, I didn't mind, as it was something usually quickly answerable but as time passed people were borderline asking for lectures. By that point I made it so that I was only ever in my house or out in the field to avoid people.

At the time I was nearing the completion of my current book and would need a new one soon. On one of my off days, I visited Bella at the gathering hall to see how she was doing. I remember I came in just as she was taking her break so we sat down in the break room and chatted for a bit. I mentioned that I was nearing the ends of my pages and she asked if I needed a new book. I told her not to worry about it but she insisted on getting me a new book. Knowing her, she would have gotten me a new one whether I liked it or not so I complied to her request.

She later asked what I was going to do with my current book. I said I would just leave it at Sephyr's place. She asked me if she could take a look at it at another time, to which I had no objections. A few days later she came to visit to see my book. I remember I was making a Sushifish Salad for myself when she came in. After I had ate, I cleaned around the kitchen for a bit before I decided the clean the living room, and there she was still engrossed in my book. For a second I had forgotten she was still there.

"Your book is amazing!" she said when I came up to her, "It's more detailed than another I ever read from the Guild. you have to let me publish it!"
"Publish it?" I didn't think this was a good idea as my notes were unorganized and scattered and completely lacking or any sort of pictures. I tried to convince her that my book was not fit for publication, but she insisted, "I'll do it!"
"Do what?"
"I'll be your editor!"

She had agreed to organize my notes and even accompany my text with her drawings. I later found out that she was quite the extraordinary artist as her drawing were very accurate to their real life counterparts. At first, I had wanted to keep my works to myself as it was mostly for Sephyr when he returned, but I figured others could use this information as well and gave her permission to be my editor.

Within a week I had a new book and within the week after that she was done editing. She had successfully transcribed by book by hand in a very organized way, accompanied by her drawings as promised. She titled it "The Field Compendium: Part 1" by Glyde Borealis. I remember being impressed by her penmanship, her expertise in drawing, and how well she managed to organize my field notes. Needless to say from then on she became my personal editor. For the first book, the majority of it contained commonplace plants and insects which just about every knew about. My later books with other creatures were drawn for by talented hunters, as she often hadn't heard of or seen them.

In the following years, more of my books became published and I began to rise into recognition... something which I wished I could have done away with. My title was changed to Master Scribe and I began to become more and more a strong voice in the Guild, though where it concerned matters not related to nature, my voice was nearly nonexistent. It was around then I guess I started my disappearing acts from various uninteresting Guild meetings, because till this day, nature is still something that remains to be fully contained in my books.
I am now taking more questions. Fire away. Follow up questions are allowed

New stories are in bold
Story of The Garuga Attack on Kokoto: Unlocked by weirdSketch
...Stories in between locked...
Story of Glyde's Acquisition into the Guild: Unlocked by ahunternamedzirion
Story of Glyde's Time in the Scrivener's Academy: unlocked by Darkmanethewerewolf
Story of Glyde's publication: Unlocked by baka-saru89

So here's how this'll work. This will be an ever-evolving deviation that is driven by you, my watchers. In the comment, you are allowed to ask any question you have for Glyde (past or present) and over time, Glyde will answer all applicable questions in the deviation. For a while I was teasing at it but never really got around to doing it so I figure this is a good way to do bits and pieces at a time. I will ask you guys to limit one question per person for now until more of the story is revealed. So go ahead and ask away. 
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DarkmaneTheWerewolf Featured By Owner May 4, 2015  Professional General Artist
Psst... It might be nice to include what question the person who unlocked more story asked so people don't have to dig through comments to find the context =p
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xglide Featured By Owner May 4, 2015  Student Writer
well the idea is that once people ask enough questions, the entire story will be there so it's actually cohesive.
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DarkmaneTheWerewolf Featured By Owner May 4, 2015  Professional General Artist
I still wasn't sure what WierdSketch asked until I scrolled down to his comment after reading the story.

So you're going to put them in order? When will you get to my question =p (It would be funny to include my question so people know HOW I asked too XD)
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xglide Featured By Owner May 4, 2015  Student Writer
I kinda answer them as I please to be honest lol. Your even will happen in the middle of zirion's unlocked story. so I'd have to add more detail and give you both the credit i guess lol
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baka-saru89 Featured By Owner Apr 21, 2015  Hobbyist
I'm curious about the friction between Glyde and the Guild during the beginning of his position. They have stringent procedures, I'm sure, and Glyde tends to go about things his own way. Add that to preexisting tension, there must have been some difficulties adjusting, I'm curious to hear how those tensions manifested, and how he would have gone about resolving them. Was it through swallowing the bitter pill of Guild bureaucracy, and climbing the proverbial ladder to his esteemed reputation in spite of his grudges allowing for greater freedom in his later career, or did he use his more coy intelligences to circumnavigate the system and gain his status through bold risks in spite of a rebellious approach?
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xglide Featured By Owner May 21, 2015  Student Writer
My acquisition into the Guild was actually relatively smooth. At the beginning it was nothing more than a title; I did my thing and they did theirs and we didn't bother each other much. However, as my works started to become more extensive and detailed and complete, they slowly started to come to me for advice and question from time to time then more often than I would have liked them to. Of course when it came to matters of environment and other creatures, I was a bit more vocal and willing but though I wasn't in title, I started to become an important part of the Guild. Things only started to "get rough", as you would say, when I started disappearing from their other meetings, which, again, I could care less about. Of course, at that point I had too much "power" for them to do anything to me. So though I hadn't intended or wanted to climb the Guild ladder, my wealth of knowledge about the natural world gave me a strong position in the Guild (whether I liked it or not) as a fringe benefit. 
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DarkmaneTheWerewolf Featured By Owner Apr 18, 2015  Professional General Artist
Glyde... Y U NO LERN 2 DRAW?
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xglide Featured By Owner Jun 22, 2015  Student Writer
As much as it pains me to say, it's just something I simply can't get my paws on correctly. I've even attended an academy in order to try to get a scrivener license for art, but that ended rather quickly. So instead I just focused on what I was better at, i.e. writing. As it turned out others would fill in that gap for you, like you for example.
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DarkmaneTheWerewolf Featured By Owner Jun 22, 2015  Professional General Artist
:cries:
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xglide Featured By Owner Jun 23, 2015  Student Writer
....? Are you crying?
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DarkmaneTheWerewolf Featured By Owner Jun 23, 2015  Professional General Artist
Of course I am, because as with everyone who ever uses chat, they are always doing the exact action which their smileys and text speak denotes. =p Lol OMGWTFBBQ XD orz (╯°□°)╯︵ ┻━┻
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baka-saru89 Featured By Owner Apr 21, 2015  Hobbyist
Seconded.
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goldeneagle1337 Featured By Owner Apr 16, 2015
Hmm... What was Glyde's first Elder Dragon encounter like? What one was it, and how exactly did it go down?
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xglide Featured By Owner May 4, 2015  Student Writer
Hm... well this isn't a very secretive part of my past so I can just tell you here I suppose. 

I believe my first encounter with an Elder Dragon was Lao Shan Lung. It was maybe half a year after I had been acquired into the Guild and I had been reporting strange behaviors of monsters in the region. Upon further travel and research I discovered the moving mountain itself making its way right to Kokoto. I quickly hurried back to the Guild Hall and had them issue an Urgent Quest to hunters to take down the Lao Shan Lung.

Like my role in fighting the Jhen Mohran, I mostly stayed in base to plan out our defenses in the case it broke through all our barricades. The battle was quite close as it had gotten all the way up until our final gate. I had to go out to the gate and commandeer the attack forces left. I'm almost certain that if we hadn't repelled within the next 10 minutes, Kokoto would have fallen.

Of course the scientist in me would have never forgiven myself if I hadn't at least a scale to study, so on it's way back through the mountain pass, I jumped on its back and admittedly spent more than on its back than others would have liked me to. But thanks to that, I was able to take back a few samples of scales and later give an accurate report back to the Guild about its weekness and such. 
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goldeneagle1337 Featured By Owner May 4, 2015
AH. Not a bad story. Very cool.

I never liked killing Laos. They never fought back, and, if ya bother reading the lore, they're actually trying to run away from more dangerous creatures, like Fatalis or Akantor. Still, With Gore around now, imagine a frenzied Lao Shan Lung! That'd be one hell of a fight! Mainly because it'd actually try to attack!
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xglide Featured By Owner May 4, 2015  Student Writer
(btw, this is more of a side story than a crucial piece of Glyde's past so I won't update anything on the deviation. Don't worry though, more chances to ask questions are coming)
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goldeneagle1337 Featured By Owner May 5, 2015
It's cool. XD
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ahunternamedzirion Featured By Owner Apr 15, 2015  Hobbyist Writer
Oooh, can't waste this. What inspired Glyde to join the Hunter's Guild as a Scribe?
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xglide Featured By Owner Apr 16, 2015  Student Writer
*disclaimer*
Deviation version may differ than summary version. 
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ahunternamedzirion Featured By Owner Apr 16, 2015  Hobbyist Writer
Oh, never knew that Glyde wanted to be a cook. That is something I did not think he wanted to be, but it suits him. That was a good read, thank you for writing it!
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xglide Featured By Owner Apr 17, 2015  Student Writer
It was my want to cook that stirred up my want of knowledge.
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ahunternamedzirion Featured By Owner Apr 17, 2015  Hobbyist Writer
Huh, I thought you would have prefered it shaken, not stirred. xD
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xglide Featured By Owner Apr 17, 2015  Student Writer
I'm no James Bond, zirion.
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ahunternamedzirion Featured By Owner Apr 17, 2015  Hobbyist Writer
Hah, nice try James Glyde Borealis Bond :meow:
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xglide Featured By Owner Apr 16, 2015  Student Writer
My acquisition into the Guild wasn't really of my own choice, so much as I was given a position in it. The work I had done were originally supposed to be exclusively for my Master and I, and for a while they were. In the beginning, all my work was done in the house, compiling different notes from my Master's books together into one compendium, but that was soon exhausted. From then, I started working in the town's library, gathering whatever information I didn't already have. When I had exhausted those resources, I took to the field to find whatever else was missing from my notes. If I didn't know about it, I would go and find out and either write while I was out on the field or back at town in the library or in the comfort of my own home.

It was in the town library that the Guild first got a glimpse of my notes. One of the Questatrixes happned to pass by as I was writing away and she was curious to know what a lone felyne was doing with a stack of papers in their library. At first, I tried to be discreet about it, but she kept nagging me wanting to see what I had so far so after a while I let her. She was impressed by my notes and asked if I would like to be recommended to become a scrivener for the Guild. I politely declined, but she would still show up every now and then ask me the same thing. After a while, I gave in and was given a position in the guild, but had I a choice I would not have joined.

(more detail in deviation soon)
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DarkmaneTheWerewolf Featured By Owner Apr 16, 2015  Professional General Artist
Glyde! You're doing it wrong! this is meant to go on the deviation itself! Lest it be lost in the comments section forever! =p
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xglide Featured By Owner Apr 16, 2015  Student Writer
Lol. This is the summary version. I plan to have it more in detail in the deviation.
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weirdsketch Featured By Owner Apr 15, 2015  Hobbyist Digital Artist
hrmmm..... what was the largest, most powerful monster Glyde has ever encountered?
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xglide Featured By Owner May 4, 2015  Student Writer
*story updated*
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weirdsketch Featured By Owner May 4, 2015  Hobbyist Digital Artist
woo! 8D
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xglide Featured By Owner Apr 17, 2015  Student Writer
The Jhen Mohran that I had fought alongside Miss Inko and Darkmane was quite large and perhaps a Lao Shan Lung I helped to repel a whiles before that was bigger. As for powerful, the two that come immediately to mind is the Yian Garuga that tore up Kokoto and my felyne village some time ago and the Elder Dragon that caused the disappearance of my Master.

*more on the Garuga to be posted*
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DarkmaneTheWerewolf Featured By Owner Apr 15, 2015  Professional General Artist
I need some time to think of the perfect question. I shall not let this opportunity go to waste!
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xglide Featured By Owner Apr 15, 2015  Student Writer
Take your time, this tea of mine's not gonna finish itself. *sip*
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